Two Unit Investment Opportunity, both units currently rented. Separate Hot Water Heaters and Separate Furnaces. Tenants pay Gas and Heat, Landlord pays Water and Electric. Upper Unit is under a Lease, Lower Unit is Month to Month. Lower Unit has long term tenants, since 2013. There is an Easement on the East end of the property to the South that allows a right of way to the back of the property. L… Full description
This townhouse has a spectacular relaxation spot - a deck Deck
Parking space is available for your convenience Parking Spot
The average household income in Port Huron, MI grew from $34,592 to $36,937 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 12,390 households in Port Huron, MI. The chart below presents how household income is distributed in Port Huron, MI in comparison to the revenue allocation amid households nationally.
Average range: $800-$1,500
One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Port Huron, MI compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Port Huron, MI equals $800-$1,500, which is more than the national average.